oi, oy Teacher Resources
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In this early childhood oi/oy worksheet, students examine 12 words with the /oi/ sound in the word bank and write them in the toy chest picture.
In this oi/oy worksheet, students use 7 words from a word bank at the top of the page to complete the riddles below the box. They fill in the blank with the correct word.
In this sentence completion worksheet, 2nd graders fill in the blanks in each of 7 sentences using oi/oy words from a word bank at the top of the page.
In this Max Found Two Sticks oi/oy activity learning exercise, students complete 5 sentences using the 5 vocabulary words provided in the word bank.
In this ESL diphthong writing practice learning exercise, students trace and write a set of words that use the diphthongs oi, oy, ou or ow.
In this spelling worksheet, learners alphabetize a set of 10 words with either the "oi" or "oy" combination. A reference website for additional resources in included.
In this /oi/ sound worksheet, 1st graders examine 12 words in a word bank at the top of the page. They write the words that have the /oi/ sound in the picture of a toy chest that is shown in the middle of the page.
In this vowel sounds worksheet, students pick and oi or oy word from the box to match the clues. Students write the words on the lines to complete the 6 clues. Students finish by changing one letter in the given words to make a word from the word box for problems 7-8.
In this vowel sound activity, students study the words in the word bank and then write only the words with the 'oi' sound in the toy chest.
In this spelling and phonics practice worksheet, students read 5 sentences and select the correct spelling of the 5 words needed to complete the sentences. The multiple choice answers include words spelled with "oi" and "oy".
In this grammar and spelling worksheet, 2nd graders fill in the missing diphthongs, either oi or oy, for each of 6 words. They see a picture and part of the word before filling in the blanks.
Strategy-based programs that are executed with consistency are the best for achieving growth in any learner with a learning disability. Here is a seven-step lesson plan that is highly structured and is intended to help learners with significant struggles in reading. It includes with brain integration exercises, decoding practice, dictation, sight words, prereading, and oral reading, and finishes off with comprehension training. Any pre-service teacher or new special educator would be pleased to use a plan as well-developed and thoughtfully designed as this one.
A lesson on decoding skills is here for you. In it, young readers work hard to learn all of their consonant and vowel sounds and how to manipulate those sounds to read different words. The lesson may have been written by a speech teacher, because the techniques presented are very specific to that type of training. Shaving cream, colored markers, and attention to the shape of the mouth and vibrations in the throat are all utilized. A valuable lesson for any teacher who needs to help their struggling readers.
Students read words containing the dipthongs ow, ou, oi, and oy. They write and spell words containing the dipthongs ow, ou, oi, and oy.
In these literacy and word usage worksheets, students complete several activities that help them learn, spell, and correctly use words with the ou, ow, oi, and oy sounds as well as words with silent consonants.
In this literacy and word usage worksheet, students complete several pages of activities that help them learn how to spell and use words with the sounds of ou, ow, oi, and oy as well words with the silent consonant sounds of b, g, gh, w, and h.
In this sound blends worksheet, students read about the sound blends 'oi,' 'oy,' 'ou,' and 'ow.' Students then examine several pictures, say the names of the pictures, and write the letters on the line under each picture to make new words with the sound blends.
In these letter sounds worksheet, students complete various teacher guided activities that help them decipher the letter sounds of x, k, and t.
For this vowel combinations practice worksheet, students respond to 20 questions that require them to unscramble consonants with the provided vowel combinations of oi, oy, ou, and ow.
In this vowel diphthongs activity, students circle the oi or oy word to match the 8 pictures. Students then find the word that has the same vowel sound as the last picture for problems 9 and 10.